Cavaliers/Bulls Trade. Who wins?
On January 7th, the Chicago Bulls traded two-time all star Luol Deng to The Cleveland Cavaliers for disgruntled center Andrew Bynum, along with three 2014 picks (one top-12 protected pick from The Sacramento Kings, and two second round picks). This trade ended Deng’s ten year career with The Bulls, and ultimately led to […]Read More →
Rivers to the Clippers; The Start of a New Era
This past season was a bitter sweet one for Clipper fans. On one hand they watched their team put together a 17 game winning streak, and achieve a 56-26 regular season record, both of them, franchise records. However, the Clippers failed to get out of the first round of the playoffs, losing […]Read More →
Cleveland Cavaliers 2013 Offseason
Cleveland is one of the younger promising teams in the league. Cleveland has a bright future in the backcourt of Kyrie Irving and Dion Waiters. They have a solid frontcourt with Tristan Thompson and Anderson Varejao (when healthy.) They just have a gap in small forward. Their starting small forward is Alonzo […]Read More →
O’Neal Joins the Legends
Tuesday night at Staples Center the Lakers were taking on Dallas Mavericks. This was a extremely important as the Mavericks were only one game behind the Lakers in the playoff hunt. But overshadowing the importance of a Laker victory was the scheduled ceremony at half time to retire jersey #34, the jersey of […]Read More →
A Lasting Impact
The heart of a champ. A unique quality. One that although many claim to posses in truth is far from common. A heart that not only loves to compete but is good at it. This describes Dr. Jerry Buss. A legend that settled for nothing but excellence and produced just that. A […]Read More →
Metta World Peace Done?
It was Monday night at the Oracle arena and the L.A. Lakers were getting ready to take on the Golden State Warriors. The Lakers were coming fresh off loses to the lowly Phoenix Suns and Washington Wizards and were looking to rebound against Golden State. The Lakers, having lost the last two games largely […]Read More →